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FOX News
Jul 18, 2009 11:00pm EDT
quote >>> this week on the i had for yal report. states are paying. california, new jersey and new york all on the brink of insolvency after decades of failed policies is. federal government headed down the same path? as they work to push a climate bill. a look at the true cost of cap and trade and how things look. and banning the burka, muslim validate isn't welcome in his country. the journal editorial reported starts right now. >>> welcome to the journal editorial ri port. i'm paul gigot. new jersey, california and new york a decade ago was among
CSPAN
Jul 3, 2009 10:15am EDT
new york our city in crisis was sold to the world is the book. profs miriam greenberg, when you think of the 50's and 60's what do you think of? >> well, i feel that world war ii in the post -- new york in the post world war ii was in the pre-eminence in the united states and its fortunes were rising for a time. i a famous kind of working-class city to quote another book by joshua freeman. it was a city that had a lot of business during world war ii and its industries had been employed in many many new yorkers and was also a growing media capital. it was expanding its office infrastructure. it was growing in terms of the sighting of the united nations. it was getting a lot of international attention and a new way politically and it was part of, you know, it was seen internationally as the kind of capital of research of the u.s. following world war ii. yes, very much so so the star was rising in that period. >> what happened to new york in the 1970's? >> well, it's a complicated question that has global, national, local reasoning behind it. political, economic, cultural. it was a perio
CSPAN
Jul 19, 2009 7:00pm EDT
share it with us. thank you [applause] >> host: miriam greenberg is the of third "branding new york" how a city and crisis was sold to the world did you think of new york city in the '50s and '60s what do think of? >> guest: i think in new york and the post-world war two period was in a position of pre-eminence in the united states and its fortunes were rising it was a famous working-class city to quote another book by joshua freeman, it was a city that had a lot of business during world war ii and the industries were employing many, many new yorkers and it was also a growing media capital. and it was expanding the office infrastructure, a growing in terms of the of united nations and getting a lot of international attention in a new way politically and seen internationally as the capital of a resurgent u.s. following world war ii. the star was rising during that period. >> host: what happened to new york in the 1970's? >> guest: a complicated question that has global, national, local reasonings behind it. political and economic and cultural it was a period of crisis. on many levels. it
FOX News
Jul 30, 2009 11:00pm EDT
quote don't like that finger? >> no. bill: finally katie couric got revenge on a "new york times" reporter giving her a hard time. roll the tape on that. >> the article contained not one, not two, but seven errors about his life and career. while he may have relished the report that he had stormed the beaches on normed on d-day, he was actually in a warplane high
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2009 11:30am EDT
, he could have recall the cornwallis entirely to a new york which is probably what he should have done. he knew as early as june that cornwallis was in virginia and, in fact, by late may or the first of june he knew that cornwallis was in virginia and at some point during the summer he gets intelligence reports that indicates that they are bringing the french fleet from the caribbean north. he doesn't know where he is coming but he knows he is coming to the north and he guessed that they were coming to new york and he thought that there would be a campaign that rochambeau and washington would try to take new york and he could have recall the clinton -- cornwallis at that point to new york. he did and i think in part because he expected some reinforcements from the caribbean himself up which he got then turned out to be useless because washington did not attack me york but he did get those reinforcements and he thought there would be adequate but also because he was confident that the allies in just could not succeed in an attack on york. that he had the capability to repulsed an a
CSPAN
Jul 5, 2009 12:30am EDT
. but no one imagined things for any easier for the thousands of men left behind and new york churches in the bridewell or provost or city hall or the sugarhouses. private thomas dewitt of west koln pennsylvania recalled worms and food, putrid water, random fogging and the gaging odor of urine and excrement and so much sickness burial party is looking of ten or 20 bodies every morning. henry franklin a quaker who visited the north dutch church only two days after the fall of fort washington testified that the men were already fighting over scraps. those who were modest and backward, he added, could get little or none. captain edward baliles been snatched by the tories near his new trustee, engine debris 1777 found himself in livingston sugarhouse here he wrote was such a filthy state of things there wasn't a place to lie down for rest day or night upon the excrements of the prisoners. and to sleep was almost certain death. with yellow fever, want and suffering the prisoners were donner and constantly and it was impossible to move about without stumbling over the dead and dying. one of
FOX News
Jul 18, 2009 11:00pm EDT
>>> this week on the i had for yal report. states are paying. california, new jersey and new york all on the brink of insolvency after decades of failed policies is. federal government headed down the same path? as they work to push a climate bill. a look at the true cost of cap and trade and how things look. and banning the burka, muslim validate isn't welcome in his country. the journal editorial reported starts right now. >>> welcome to the journal editorial ri port. i'm paul gigot. new jersey, california and new york a decade ago was among the states most prosperous but after progressive tax policies they are on now on the brink of insolvency. california has begun to hand out ious to its creditors. doesn't sound good for the rest of the country but is the federal government headed down to the same road? here is deputy editor dan hairringter and steve moore. you paid a lot of attention to all these states. what policies do they have in common? >> the wheels have come off in california, new jersey an new york. none of them can pay their bills. california is sending out ious. first t
CSPAN
Jul 23, 2009 1:05am EDT
minutes and 34 seconds. >> mr. president, i yield 10 minutes to senator schumer from new york. >> senator is recognized to make thank you mr. president and i would like to thank all of my colleagues who are working with us on this amendment, the senator from california who has been such a leader on these issues and will speak after me and she and i were commenting that this is probably the most dangerous piece of legislation to is the safety of americans when it comes to guns since the repeal of the assault weapon ban which she led the charge on to pass. i like to thank my colleague from new jersey senator lautenberg has been a leader on gun issues and then such a great job, mr. menendez, senator gillibrand, senator durbin was so many others working with us today on this issue. now today we are here to say in that we urge all of our colleagues thought to oppose this legislation. , the legislation would do nothing less then take state and local gun laws and tear them up. it would take the carefully crafted gun laws in york and tear them up. it would do the same in 47 other states. and the
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2009 11:00pm EDT
, washington said i want to campaign to take new york city. he argued with washington, we can't succeed there. we cannot succeed in an attack on new york city. the british have held the too long. they have had six years to prepare their defense is. we cannot win. but he had been ordered by lilly t-16, his washington show, defer to washington, do what he wants to do so after the wethersfield conference-- at the wethersfield conference, he agreed, okay we will attack new york and washington wrote back to west point, thinking that would be the next item on the agenda. but, as soon as washington wrote-- rhoda way, he went to his desk and he wrote to the admiral of the french fleet in the caribbean asking him to bring his sleek north, not to new york as washington expected, but to the chesapeake, because roshambeau saw the british army in virginia and he saw the possibility of trapping it, and that was exactly what happened. one last thing very quickly, and that is there has been a debate really sends the moment of the peace settlement ending the war over whether britain could have won this
CSPAN
Jul 27, 2009 12:00am EDT
about half an hour away from new york, 40 minutes at the most. a green leafy suburb with ponds, sometimes in the summer frog's leap on your foot, little league team. it is a very calm and pleasant place but has a strange side that people don't acknowledge very much harry stein's title. so why don't you tell us the title and go from there? >> guest: welcome the title is "i can't believe i'm sitting next to a republican," which is what somebody said to me at a dinner party. i had been searching for a title of this book which is being a red state type of conservative and a blue state new york and it was a book about those kind of people, people like us who are essentially despised by our neighbors. >> host: you encounter this because everyone assumes you are a fellow liberal and have received wisdom you get from where? >> guest: "the new york times" principally but you know, these things are handed down. and assumed to be a given. i started out as a liberal and was a liberal most of my life and when i made that transition i found a lot of people off a new model me could not unders
ABC
Jul 25, 2009 11:00pm EDT
weddings, still be babies, and still be bright futures. that's why new york life has been helping families plan for the expected and unexpected for 164 years. backed by the highest ratings for financial strength. we're safe and secure. yr beoofa your family the gift of a secure financial future. new york le. the company you keep. >> a small plane crash near an oklahoma city highway killing one person and critically injurying another. it looked like the pilot w trying to land. it crashed on the road. >> investigators are still gathering evidence at the scene. an aaron airlines flight returned to boston. it was heading to puerto rico. someone smelled smoke in the bathroom. the passengers were put on other flights while maintenance workerscam ined the -- scam ined the plane. >> sarah palin spent her last day in office sharing with fellow members. >> protesters gathered in front of the new jersey mayor calling for him to redesign. prosecutors say he took thousands of dollars. he took off earlier this month. he says he's innocent. >> a lightening strike targeted a woman's car while she was driv
PBS
Jul 31, 2009 5:30pm EDT
possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu, the newman's own foundation, the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation, and union bank. >> union bank has put its financial strength to work for a wide range of companies, from small business to major corporations. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news." >> killed at birth friday prayers. bombers attacked five shia mosques in iraq. at least 30 are dead. nigeria's interior minister tells us there will be an investigation into the controversial killing of an islamist military leader. >> what is important is that we have acted swiftly, have succeeded. >> a british man loses his latest bid to avoid extradition to the united states. welcome to "bbc world news," broadcasting to our viewers in the united states on pbs and around the globe. coming up, the photographers behind the most iconic shots of the century, who are fighting a losing battle against technology. and baseball on valium or a chance to build bridges in new york? the story of cricket, the nypd, and the big apple's muslims. >> it may
CSPAN
Jul 5, 2009 8:00pm EDT
migration. he sees the possibility of what storytelling gets you. so and the office of the new york project office are exchanging notes about the research they are finding as well as the fiction they are starting to write. they write books for the. >> host: guide to new york and also riding fiction and developing their own voices. in the fifties allison invisible man comes out and really captures a whole passage to american life that people had not seen before. meanwhile in the '30's and jim thompson also raised in oklahoma city has his own troubles back of his father a deputy sheriff in a little town outside oklahoma city. he lost his shirt and bad investments in the oil industry. filed jim thompson is still and high-school he supports the family working at a sleazy hotel basically printing and drug dealing doing anything to help the families stay afloat just after the crash in the late twenties and early 30's. he gets to college will pass to drop out and winds up back in oklahoma city where writing for a magazine with true crime stories and barely able to support his wife and young child.
ABC
Jul 8, 2009 5:00am EDT
of 82. what is up with the first look of traffic? >> new york avenue is closed in each direction. new york avenue is not going to be an option for you until further notice. that is a huge deal. rhode island avenue, go down to east capitol street. but new york avenue is not an option in and out of town. this is a new development. i will take you live to springfield. look in the camera. quiet traffic in both directions in springfield, virginia. now with top stories. >> thank you. >>> we begin with a deadly hit- and-run accident that tied up the beltway while you were sleeping. >> two people were killed. the suspect hit a car about 11:00 p.m. last night near the american legion bridge and then drove away. two people died. the suspect kept going into virginia, causing another accident. fortunately, no one was hurt in the second accident. >>> the rock creek parkway had to be shut down briefly overnight after a car flipped over into the creek. the 40-year-old woman was rescued. we have no word on her condition. >>> to our other top stories. a dramatic development in the stocking accusa
CSPAN
Jul 3, 2009 6:15pm EDT
and arrived in new york as a 17-year-old orphan in 1900 and he died at age 44 in bellevue hospital of appendicitis related condition. the historian rogers in great men of color, a mixed chapters on w.e.b. du bois, booker t. washington, marcus garvey and william juan wrote trotter described harrison as the foremost african-american and looked in his in iraq with the same program. philip randolph refers to harrison as do many others as the form father of her love radicalism. author schaumburg, the porter weaken bibliophile who was a pall bearer at harrison's massive harlem funeral, said that he felt harrison was ahead of his time and i think it is relevant because again, harrisons funeral world there were several thousand at his funeral suffuse popular that his time but much of what he says and rights has relevance i think for audiences still today. as a political activist terrorism's contributions were truly extraordinary. he played uniques signal rules in the largest class radical movement socialism and the largest race radical movement, the new negro slash car fi movement of his era
NBC
Jul 28, 2009 4:30am EDT
do when they pass over a 100-year-old new york city bridge. >>> and flip out. things go spectacularly wrong at a washington state boat race. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> this is "early today" for tuesday, jewel 28th, 2009. hello and good morning, everyone. i'm dan kloeffler. today we begin with the michael jackson mystery. law enforcement sources tell nbc news that michael jackson's doctor administered a powerful drug the night the late pop star died. those sources confirm dr. murray did give jackson the prescription sedative. according to the associated press, jackson regularly relied on the drug to sleep with doctors, then stopping the intravenous drip in his room whenever it was time for jackson to wake up. still, we do not know exactly what killed jackson. toxicology results have not been released. they are expected later this week. >>> federal officials say seven men in north carolina was ind t indicted of planning a coup overseas. boyd is accused of encouraging others to engage in jihad, offering military-style travel and offering money to aid overseas trave
NBC
Jul 17, 2009 4:30am EDT
the reconstructed version than those grainy originals we've become used to. >>> and new york, some of the very items from the mission went on the auction block. the space sale featuring apollo 11 items brought in $1.7 million. >>> now here's a look at some other stories making news early today in america. a georgia police officer braved a roaring fire to rescue a woman and it was all recorded by his dash camera. a blown tire ignited a van with a family of four inside. while three family members were able to escape on their own, the officer approached the vehicle and pulled the disabled mother to safety. the mother and a daughter suffered burns but both are expected to survive. >>> 12 people were injured at walt disney world when two buses collided. officials say one bus -- one disney bus rather rear ended another and that sent a dozen passengers to the hospital. the accident comes 11 days after a fatal monorail crash at the theme park. >>> in new york, a vandal tried to send a message, burning a 60-foot dollar sign into a high school football field. a five-page letter was also found c
NBC
Jul 21, 2009 4:30am EDT
in off of atlantic city. that will come straight up over new york and into connecticut. some areas could pick up 1 to 2 inches of rain. so the heaviest rains today, really new york city through glue england. the southeast, not bad. temperatures in the mid-80s. a sun and cloud mix. here's a lk at the wther outside your window. >>> that heavy rain should move into hartford sometime probably mid-morning to late morning and then continue during the afternoon. definitely bring your umbrella today anywhere in new england. areas to the south look dry. >>> dan, another cool day for areas from chicago to new york. this july is starting to feel like the year without a summer. >> but yu know what? we're going to get hit in august, september, october, right? >> we'll see. >> right? all right, no guarantees. thank you, bill. >>> hopeful signs spark stocks, gas prices plummet and bellies and baball. your early morning business headlines straight ahead. >>> plus, her agent made her out to be a victim in her contract snit with "american idol" producers. but are diva demands really to blame? >>> hi
CBS
Jul 27, 2009 4:30am EDT
wrong-way crash on a new york parkway. >>> and stormy summer, dangerous hit-and-miss storms pummelled the atlantic coast. >> it's crazy. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm michelle gielan. this morning folks from virginia to new england are cleaning up after a string of severe but fast-moving storms that left a trail of damage. susan roberts is in washington with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we certainly felt it here in washington over the weekend. the storms were powerful but isolated. they made their way with damaging winds up through the coast over the weekend. >> oh, my god. i've never seen anything like this in my entire life, in this area specifically. like a monsoon came through. >> reporter: the worst of the storms roared through late yesterday. heavy flooding, rain, hail and gusting winds that toppled trees and power lines. four people were struck by lightning in new jersey. >> i couldn't believe all the trees were down in the middle of the street and my next door neighbor has a whole tree across his hous
MSNBC
Jul 17, 2009 2:00pm EDT
the "new york times" hour here on msnbc. i'm john harwood of cnbc and "the new york times." >> i'm norah o'donnell and welcome to the "new york times special edition." on today's front page, house panels approve health plans. in both the house ways and means committee, they crossed party lines. this follows the approval of the plan earlier this week. the plan stands at 3-5. also, the energy and commerce committee in the house and senate finance are the two panels still left without a finished bill, promising progress by next week. >> it remains to be seen if health care will be a bipartisan bill. i sat down with senator chris dodd to talk about it. here's what he had to say. >> does it look clear to you at this point that this is in the end, going to be a democratic bill that goes through the reconciliation process? think it will be? >> not necessarily. we're sitting in a room here where a few weeks ago i got out the credit card bill. in a week or two, it passed 90-5. would i prefer bipartisan? you bet i would. but given the choice between a bipartisan bill that's weak and doesn't
CNN
Jul 29, 2009 12:00am EDT
. but he's just home from china, just home from new york, all he wanted to do was get to bed, his door was jammed, and so, he was in a mood where he said -- >> larry: are there those who say he brings the whole history into that body of a black movement? >> that may well be the case. but i still think that it might well have been resolved in a different manner if we didn't have this verbal altercation between the two of them. my first teaching point for young people, especially, not for dr. gates, but for young people especially is when the police are looking into something and you're involved in it in one way or another, cooperate. don't make the situation more difficult. and i think in this case, the situation was made more difficult. on the part of the cambridge police department, once they felt they had to bring dr. gates out of the house and to handcuff him, i would have thought at that point some adult supervision would have stepped in and said, okay, look, it is his house. come on. let's not take this any further. take the handcuffs off. good night, dr. gates. >> larry: were you
CSPAN
Jul 10, 2009 6:00am EDT
, dr. arnold. now we will hear from dr. marcy from new york. >> good morning. i don't have any slides which is unusual for me and i am a new yorker so i talk fast. a lot of people have talked about the importance of planning and i am definitely a proponent of emergency response planning ahead of time and ironically we were in the midst of finalizing a revision of the 2006 pandemic plan this spring when the h1n1 outbreak of life in new york city and although overall the planning process for pandemic helped the response this spring there were definitely several assumptions that ended up not being applicable to this particular outbreak. first, we thought we would have morning ahead of time a pandemic was occurring and that it was more likely to be recognized overseas prior to its arrival in new york city and second, we were preparing for the worse case scenario in 1918 like pandemic and we thought that we would be able to address my older for the worst-case scenario but we hadn't thought through in enough detail how we might need to modify our actions fortunately and new york city we wer
FOX News
Jul 16, 2009 5:00pm EDT
? did you know it's free over there? before we trash our current system, in new york state, they heaped nearly a 60% tax on the rich to pay for healthcare. put this in perspective. you're making $1. this is what you keep -- i'm sorry. this is what goes there. this is what you keep and you can spend. i mean, shouldn't we ask ourselves who in this country is going to innovate? you know, greed is a bad thing, but a little bit of a greed is a good thing. somebody saying gee, if i fix that, i could get rich. i got an idea, why don't i fix that? wake up, america. this is turning into a country i don't even recognize anymore. our grandparents left europe. they packed up everything that they owned. they left family and friends behind. they got on the ships and they came here to america to dream, to be free. they came to embrace the entrepreneurial spirit. they didn't come here and risk everything and work their butts off only to have our dopey politicians in washington say, you know, the mother country was pretty great. our government is giving them the very government programs they were
FOX News
Jul 3, 2009 12:15am EDT
has triggered a legal battle in rochester -- rochester, new york where a teacher is suing the school district over the misuse of $30 million in stimulus funds. the teacher says the money was supposed to create jobs but the district recently fired 230 teachers. number 54 is one of the most irresponsible wastes of your tax dollars on the list. in arizona, over $700,000 is being spent to fund treatment for meth addsicts. i thopt joe biden was supposed to prevent ridiculous projects like this from receiving funds. number 53, all about reviving the great heritage of buffalo, new york. $4.4 million will be used to recreate a historic water fropt in the city. call me a cynic but i don't know how many people are going to be enjoying those cobblestone streets when they're buried under snow for that of the -- half the year. number 52, to college park, maryland where the university of maryland intends to secure $2.5 money to pay for up to eight anti-crime security cameras. taxpayers are fighting the proposal, saying the cameras are a violation of civil liberties. team obama says we're no longer
CSPAN
Jul 8, 2009 1:00pm EDT
my time. the chair: the gentlewoman from new york. ms. velazquez: mr. chairman, i yield to the gentlelady from illinois, mrs. halvorson, for four minutes. the chair: the gentlewoman from illinois is recognized for four minutes. mrs. halvorson: thank you, mr. chair. i rise today in support of h.r. 2965, the enhancing small business research and innovation act. i want to thank chairwoman velazquez, ranking member graves, and mr. altmire, for their leadership on this important piece of legislation. i'm proud to be an original co-sponsor of this bill which includes language from legislation i introduced in h.r. 2747, the rural technology development and outreach act. for nearly three decades, the small business innovation research program has sought to increase federal funding for innovative small businesses that seek to develop new technology with commercial potential. without funding assistance from sbir, many small businesses would never have the opportunity to develop their research into products that can be brought to market. over the years, sbir has helped build thousands of
NBC
Jul 11, 2009 12:35am EDT
in mexico. [ laughter ] pretty interesting. i just read this, this is crazy. in upstate new york, a driver of a horse and buggy was arrested after leading the cops on a three-mile chase. shortly after, the cops were arrested for sucking at their jobs. [ laughter ] that's a horse and buggy. "okay, buddy, you're going to make us chase you? come on. we'll give you a two-mile lead, okay." [ light laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tougher than usual. tougher than usual on the camera. i don't know what sport that was. extreme badminton. >> steve: yeah, power badminton. >> jimmy: power badmintion. hey, guys, did you hear a new green tea-flavored coca-cola was introduced in japan yesterday. you know, for people who love coca-cola but hate the taste of coca-cola. [ light laughter ] green tea, geez. tastes like cigarette butts. i don't like the taste of green tea. b it's good for you. a new survey has found that 26% of people admit to texting while droving. [ laughter ] i wrote that on my way to work, sorry. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i was just -- i was vandalizing a
ABC
Jul 3, 2009 12:05am EDT
jackson inspired me -- to move from new york city to los angeles and he inspires skinny white boys from queens! >> don't blame him for that. hopefully now he'll go back to queens. people also congregated in new york outside the apollo theater. back when michael was a little kid he performed there with the jackson 5 and some fans were so moved by the untimely death they literally transformed into him. >> we have one other guest here, a young lady who made a late appearance into the crowd. you're obviously devoted to michael jackson. tell us about it. >> this is my halloween costume. >> oh, halloween. happy halloween. here's a snickers, go home. [ laughter ] you know, yesterday i was thinking about bubbles the chimp. you know, bubbles was his pet during the '80's but eventually he sent him to live in an animal sanctuary. msnbc tracked bubbles the chimp down and he didn't know what up -- what had happened until the reporters arrived. >> always hardest on the chimps. there are a lot of questions now surrounding the death of -- the autopsy is expected to take weeks but on the thing they
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2009 10:00am EDT
. however, if you work in new york it's a rainy day, you need a shot of the american flag in five minutes. that's where i come in because my shot is the perfect shot of the american flag. no tears, no wrinkles. just perfect blowing in the wind. and on a larger bases, if you really think about it, for a guy that presumably loves america, and he wants to photograph democracy, in some ways it just seems right that my biggest selling shot would be an american flag. now i wouldn't tell a european that. [laughter] >> well, thank you very much. i appreciate it. [applause] >> joseph sohm's voters have been published over 50000 times in national geographic time, "the new york times," the washington post and others. for more information visit visions of america.com. >> with the birth of a continental army in 1775 local militias were organized under the leadership of george washington that begin an eight year engagement that would be known as the american revolutionary war. despite the outcome, it was not by all historical accounts a model of tactical brilliance in superior court nation. in fact, as
NBC
Jul 18, 2009 3:05am EDT
where now? >> new york, yeah. >> jimmy: hey, welcome. good, man. awesome, cool. and what's your name? >> eric. >> jimmy: eric? great. formal. where are you from? good, man. where you from? >> philadelphia. >> jimmy: oh, philly. [ cheers and applause ] originally from philly. yeah, yeah, good man. awesome. well, so we're gonna label you guys so we know who is w. can i get a little help? thanks, tom, good to see you. thank you very much. you, my friend, will be clay aiken. [ light laughter ] and you're gonna be adam lambert. there you go, adam. good man. watch your -- watch your mustache. is that what you call that? >> yeah. i mean -- >> jimmy: you call it a mustache? >> pork chop mustache. i don't know, whatever. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no, pork chops are good. i don't think that's true. i don't think that's what you call that. >> no. fu manchu, i believe. >> jimmy: fu manchu, yeah. fantastic. >> thank you. >> jimmy: that would take me eight years to grow that. >> it took me maybe eight days. >> jimmy: it did? oh, my god. shows how manly i am. well -- sorry. maybe i should b
HLN
Jul 25, 2009 1:00pm EDT
call may be just the beginning. >>> u.s. troops invading upstate new york? why former vice president cheney wanted to send soldiers to buffalo back in 2002. >>> a massive corruption bust in new jersey lifts the lid on a grizzly and lou accurative world. >>> surfers come out in force when the coast gets 20-foot high waves but there's danger. >>> oh, you made it to the weekend. this is hln. i'm natasha curry. thank you for joining us. >>> the furor isn't dying down yet. president obama spoke about the arrest of his friend harvard professor henry louis gates jr. by cambridge sergeant james crowley. cambridge police officials may release audio tape evidence in the case and that could include the original 911 call and officer radio calls by cops who arrested gates last week for disorderly conduct. gates was arrested outside his home after a 911 call of a possible break-in. he says he proved his identity to officers and the dust-up leading to his arrest in his own home was racial profiling. the arresting officer sergeant james crowley says he did nothing wrong and was surprised when presid
CSPAN
Jul 21, 2009 6:00am EDT
, the "new york times" sunday section. very popular. highly female audience, desirable for advertisers, that could very easily be an online brand and get -- and support itself entirely through online advertising. they don't do it. they're still whetted of the entire package that all these topics covered and at the very center of national, local and political coverage for which there is no ad-supported model. >> and, you know, if you look at what the internet is good at, it speeds things up and it lets you go deeper. so you can have, you know, all of the possible information about cars or hybrid cars that you want or sports cars and you can just revel in your niche and if you look at what newspapers did, they were designed to give people a broad view, an inch deep of everything going on in the world which is very noble and it served a great purpose. but it's unnecessary now to give people such a shallow look at the world. and if you look at autos as an example, the new york timing has an auto section. they do two stories, too, every week. if you look at the blogs we created about cars,
ABC
Jul 7, 2009 6:00am EDT
of the month of july. 58 degrees altoona. 68 in philly. up towards new york 70 this morning. they are going to have more rain. they had one of their wettest junes on record and now keeping the pace here in july, they already had showers, new york up to new england. ened pulling this up to the north, we still focus on this upper level low pressure system. dominating eastern canada and the northeast u.s. the great lakes, with a cooler than normal flow that continues. the summer without a summer which had been predicted for much of the great lakes, extending down here through the mid-atlantic and up to the northeast. we shift our focus back to the south. cold front approaching through central pennsylvania will ignite showers midday. that may stay to the north but we're on the southern fringe here so it appears as if the tail end of clouds could spark a stray shower or thunderstorm but north to philly through new york and new england, a wet afternoon. and a wet evening. just in case you happen to be traveling up 95 and making some plans towards new york and new england. showers off th
MSNBC
Jul 24, 2009 2:00pm EDT
. may not be tapes or absolute cooperation, but this dispute has as "the new york times" put it this morning, reignited a national discussion about the relationship between race and law enforcement. >> mike, thank you for that. we're just learning now from the massachusetts news wires, that a black police officer who was with, at the home when gates was arrested, says he supports 100% how his white fl low officer handled the situation. >> let's bring in kevin sack of "the new york times," who won a pulitzer prize a few years ago. thanks for being with us. let me ask you from your experience in that series, how universal are experiences of the kind that skip gates and this police officer had in cambridge? that is mutual misunderstanding. skip gates thinks there was profiling involved. does this happen thousands of times every day across this country? >> i can't come up with a count, but i think it is common place and if you talk to african-americans in this country, they'll tell you so. what was fascinating about this situation and particularly the president's involvement is that like
WHUT
Jul 22, 2009 6:00am EDT
communications from our sdios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> charlie: politico is a website and newspaper dedicated covering all things politics. during last year's historic presidential campaign it emerged as a symbol of the changing face of media. today it has more reporters covering the white house than any other news organization and you may have seen and heard the reporters on television and radio where they make over 100 appearance as a week. >> executive editor of politico jim vandehei. good morning. you wore a jacket. >> once i learned there's a dress code an morning show i was happy to adhere to it. >> let's talk health care. we got into it a little bit in the last segment. nancy pelosi drawing the ire of some democrats. >> the house came out with the bill that the cvo said does not cut health care costs and adds to the deficit and nancy pelosi is under a tremendous amount of pressure from moderate and house democrat. >> charlie: joining me is robert allbritton and executive editor, jim vandehei and the senior politico correspondent. this is an interesting show to m
CBS
Jul 17, 2009 4:30am EDT
forehere or to go? claire leka here in new york. claire thank you. >>> straight ahead, your friday morning weather. >>> in sports manny ramirez back in los angeles as baseball returns from the all-star break. >>> here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. new york late day storms, 88. miami, 93. chicago, sunny and 70. denver 81. los angeles, sunny and 77. >>> and time now for a check on the national forecast. the latest satellite picture shows clusters of storms scattered across the southern plains and deep south. skies are turning gray over the ohio valley. more storms will build over the southern plains as it begins to turn cooler. it will turn stormy along the east coast with the strongest storms expected to form along the mid-atlantic states and northeast. >>> ryan howard now owns a major league record. the phillies first baseman hit his 200th home run last night. he notched 200 home runs in fewer games than anyone in major league history. they beat the marlins 4-0 for their sixth straight win. >>> manny ramirez returned home to dodger stadium for the first
CBS
Jul 4, 2009 6:30pm EDT
nowhere were festivities more rich in symbolism than on liberty island in new york harbor. for something old is new again. bring a david explains. >> the iconic statue of liberty, a solemn century in new york's harbor is once again offering visitors the freedom to climb to her crown. it has been eight years since the stairway to the top was closed because of fears the statue would be a terrorist target following the 9/11 attacks. >> just like we opened the capitol and we opened the washington monument it should have been opened years ago. >> reporter: the statue of liberty opened in 1886, for decades was the first symbol of american freedom, immigrants saw. each year, more than 2 million visitors come here. >> we have taken some stems to make it safer. >> reporter: national park ranger dave den ham gave us a tour of the island and the statue's many features, none brighter than gold leave torch. >> that torch, that beacon, that light is a light that shines not just for america but for the whole world and it is the idea of freedom itself. >> reporter: novice tors have gone to the
CSPAN
Jul 23, 2009 10:00am EDT
consideration of the resolution. for what purpose does the gentleman from new york rise? mr. arcuri: i thank the speaker for recognition. by direction of the committee on rules, i call up house resolution 669 and ask for its immediate consideration. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the resolution. the clerk: house calendar number 94, house resolution 669, resolved, that at any time after adoption of this resolution, the speaker may, pursuant to clause 2-b of rule 18 declare the house resolved into the committee of the whole house and state of the union for consideration of the bill h.r. 3288, making appropriations for the departments of transportation and housing and urban development and related agencies for the fiscal year ending september 30, 2010 and for other purposes. the first reading of the bill shall be dispensed with. all points of order against consideration of the bill are waived except those arising under clause 9 and 10 of rule 21. general debate shall be confined to the bill and not exceed one hour equally controlled by the chairman and ranking member of the comm
ABC
Jul 30, 2009 4:30am EDT
. louis. a humid 88 in new york. and 83 in boston. >>> coming up, sand survey. the most and least polluted beaches in the u.s. >>> and falling fares. finding a bargain is easier than it has been in years. >>> plus, the coroner has finished the report into michael jackson's death. so, why isn't it being released? >>> new numbers out this morning show the foreclosure crisis is most heavily concentrated in the sun belt. more tn one-third of all foreclosure filings during the first half of the year came from cities in the sun belt. but above-average foreclosure activity in states like oregon, idaho and illinois, indicate rising unemployment levels are causing the crisis to spread. >>> the federal reserve says it is finally seeing signs the economy is stabilizing in some parts of the country. a fed survey of 12 regions found that the recession is easing. or that economic activity has begun to stabilize at a low level in most of these areas. but high unemployment contues to be a problem everywhere. >>> stocks are climbing overseas this morning, after a relatively quiet day on wall stree
WHUT
Jul 15, 2009 10:00pm EDT
it too far. i'm trying to give you some of. it is hard not to in new york city, a mman. >> at that time, i probably cared too much. i cared too much what people were thinking. that is where the self- destructive behavior was always dangerous. tavis: do you think that you had -- do you think you lived up to your potential? if you do not think you lived up to your potential, as some fans do not, how close? can you tell me where you think you were or could have been? >> i could have easily been the greatest of all time, playing the game of baseball. baseball was simple to me. i did not have life skills. life skills is a major difference in how well you do. you look at some of the great players that come along, they usually have life skills to play. sports is just putting on the uniform and being cheered or being booed. how you deal with it? what makes you happy? do you go through the cheers for the blues? do they bring frustration? tavis: i am following you in this conversation. you're talking about things that tick you off and turn you want. when you look back on your career, the som
WETA
Jul 23, 2009 5:30pm EDT
armstrong is a professor of korean studieat new york's combia university. >>well, north korea at this time seems mere more determined an ever to pursue nucle ambitions seems to be what haens happening internally north korea the appearance of thellness of the great leade and the rise inhe hard-liners on the se. >> the tough talk beeen the two counies didn't end there. today north korereleased a statent attackinsecretary clinton as "funny" and criticizing r appearance, coaring her to a tiree on a shopping trip. north rea's personal attack on mrs.linton is seen by many as a response to this remark she made in india on monda >> we, what we've seen is this constant demd for attention. and maybe it's theother in me or the experiee that i've had witsmall children and unruly teenagers and peoplwho are demandinattention. don't give it to th. >> this week'scrimony has left some wondering if thtwo countriewill ever be able to resolve their difference diplomatically. >> ifhis connues, we could have a situatio escalatng out of cotrol, which wou be a real disasteror the whole region of northeast as
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